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  1. 1. Being Creative With Families and Young People search file icon 4 August 2016   |  Resolutions   3 Most Popular VZW Sporen always works with the whole family and focuses on every child within the family. The presentation shows good practice in cases from two of their units – De Pas en Traject and MFC Tract. Unit ‘de Pas’ works primarily with adolescent boys who stayed in the closed government institutions because of delinquent behaviour. This presentation is about a case where the workers built a good partnership with the mother, how they involved her network and what it meant to her. Unit ‘MFC Traject’ works with adolescent boys (12–20 years) and show how the workers in a case adjusted the Signs of Safety tools in order to talk with the children about difficult themes in the guidance.
  2. 2. Embracing Family Led Safety Planning search file icon 5 September 2016   |  Resolutions   2 Most Popular Presented by workers from West Sussex County Council (England) at the 2016 Norwich Signs of Safety Gathering. This presentation takes you on a journey of how West Sussex embraced family led safety planning for an injured baby when it was not known who in the family had caused the injuries. This was at a time of redesign of service, new job roles and a context of high anxiety and scrutiny across our system.
  3. 3. Signs Of Safety In Early Help And Schools search file icon 4 August 2016   |  Resolutions   2 Most Popular Presented by workers from Parish Primary School in Lincolnshire (UK) at the 2016 Norwich Signs of Safety Gathering. This presentation describes how an external primary school has implemented Signs of Safety into everything they do. It follows the journey of three children and shows how using Signs of Safety allowed the cases to be held in Early Help without escalating to Social Care.
  4. 4. The Journey of Safety Planning search file icon 5 September 2016   |  Resolutions   4 Most Popular Presented by Andrew Turnell and Susie Essex (England) at the 2016 Norwich Signs of Safety Gathering. In this presentation Susie describes the relationships that sustains effective safety planning as firm and hugely kind. Drawing on two case examples, Susie and Andrew explore the interconnection between the methods and relational foundation of effective safety planning.